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ARTICLE I.

Military discipline, 1-5.

ARTICLE II.

Precedence of regiments and corps, 6.

ARTICLE III.

Rank and precedence of officers and noncommis-

sioned officers, 7-12,

ARTICLE IV.

Command, 13–20.

ARTICLE V.

Appointment and promotion of commissioned

officers, 21-37.

ARTICLE VI.

Details, 38-42.

ARTICLE VII.

Chaplains, 43–46.

ARTICLE VIII.

Transfer or exchange of officers, 47, 48.

ARTICLE IX.

Leaves of absence to officers, 49–67.

ARTICLE X.

Officers traveling on duty, 68–75.

ARTICLE XI.

Retirement of officers, 76–78.

ARTICLE XII.

Resignation of officers, 79–82.

ARTICLE XIII.

Deceased officers, 83-87.

ARTICLE XIV.

Veterinarians, Cavalry and Artillery Corps, 88-92.

ARTICLE XV.

The post noncommissioned staff, 93–102.

ARTICLE XVI.

Detached soldiers, 103.

ARTICLE XVII.

Furloughs to soldiers, 104-111.

ARTICLE XVIII.

Transfer of enlisted men, 112, 113.

ARTICLE XIX.

Deserters, 114-132.

ARTICLE XX.

Retirement of enlisted men, 133-137.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

ARTICLE XXXVI.

Post gardens, 347-349.

ARTICLE XXXVII.

Post exchanges, 350–352.

ARTICLE XXXVIII.

Visits to lake and seacoast defenses, 353, 354.

ARTICLE XXXIX.

Small-arms practice, 355-358.

ARTICLE XL.

Roster, detachments, and daily service: The ros-

ter, 359–369; Detachments, 370-374; Daily sery-

Ice, 375–379.

ARTICLE XLI.

Honors, courtesies, and ceremonies: Honors, 380–

396; Salutes with cannon, 397-401; National

salutes, 402, 403; Personal salutes, 404-409; Visits

and courtesies, 410-418; Escorts of honor, 419;

Funeral honors, 420-438; Ceremonies, 439-444.

ARTICLE XLII.

Guards, 445–448.

ARTICLE LXI.

Military correspondence, 778–795.

ARTICLE LXII.

Orders, 796-811.

ARTICLE XLIII.

Maps and reconnaissances, 449-453.

ARTICLE XLIV.

Military education, 454.

ARTICLE XLV.

The militia, 455–463.

ARTICLE XLVI.

The Government Hospital for the Insane, 464-469.

ARTICLE XLVII.

Indians: Indian country, etc., 470–477; Indian

scouts, 478-482.

ARTICLE LXIII.

Muster rolls, 812-815.

ARTICLE LXIV.

Returns of troops, records, 816-831.

ARTICLE LXV.

Personal and efficiency reports, 832–842.

ARTICLE XLVIII.

Employment of troops in the enforcement of the

laws, 483-488.

ARTICLE LXVI.

Penalty envelopes, 813–848.

ARTICLE XLIX.

Cemeteries, 489-497.

ARTICLE LXVII.

The recruiting service: Details, 849; Depots and

stations, 850–855; Enlistments, '856-872; Medical

examination, 873-881; Recruits sent to organi.

zations, 882-887.

ARTICLE L.

Advertising and printing: Newspaper advertis-

ing, 498-508; Job printing, 509-513.

ARTICLE LI.

Purchase of supplies and engagement of services:

General provisions, 514-519; Advertising for

proposals, 520–524; Proposals, 525–541; Awards,

542-546; Abstracts of proposals, 547; Forms of

agreement, 518–552; Contracts, 553–563; Marking

supplies by contractors, 564.

ARTICLE LXVIII.

Inspector-General's Department: General provi-

sions, 888–896; Stated inspections, 897-903; Meth-

ods of inspection, 904-908; Disbursements and

accounts, 909, 910; Property for condemnation,

911-921.

ARTICLE LXIX.

Judge-Advocate-General's Department, 922-928.

ARTICLE LXX.

Arrest and confinement, 929–950.

ARTICLE LXXI.

Courts-martial, 951-997.

ARTICLE LII.

Bonds of disbursing officers, bidders, and con-

tractors, 565–579.

ARTICLE LIII.

Money accountability: Public moneys, 580-583;

Disbursing officers, 584-597; Transfers, 598, 599;

Checks, 600-608; Official check books, 609-611;

Certificates of deposit, 612-617; Proceeds of sales,

618-620; Appropriations, 621–629; Accounts cur-

rent, 630-634; Money vouchers, 635–656; Pecun-

iary responsibility of officers, 657, 658; Adminis-

trative examination of money accounts, 659, 660.

ARTICLE LXXII.

Civilian witnesses, 998-1003.

ARTICLE LXXIII.

Employment of civil counsel, 1004, 1005. Habeas

corpus, 1006-1008.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

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ARTICLE LXXIV.

ARTICLE LXXVII.

Quartermaster's Department: General duties,

Medical Department: General provisions, 1413,

1009–1017; Barracks and quarters, 1018–1055;

1414; Appointments, 1415, 1416; Contract sur-

Illuminating supplies, 1056–1067; Stationery,

geons, dental surgeons, 1417–1430; The Hospital

1068–1071; Purchase of public animals, 1072- Corps, 1431–1449; Army Nurse Corps, 1450–1455;

1079; Veterinary medicines, 1080–1082; Forage

Garrison service, 1456–1461; Field service, 1462–

and straw, 1083–1091; Care and accountability 1466; General hospitals, 1467–1474; Service of

for property, 1092-1100; Horses of mounted

hospitals, 1475–1490; Hospital buildings, 1491-

officers, 1101-1105; Military attachés, 1106;

1497; Sick call, 1498, 1499; Medical attendance,

Transportation, 1107–1152; Clothing and equip-

1500–1512; Medical supplies, 1513-1515; Reports

age, 1153–1193; Telegraphing, 1194-1203; Tele-

and returns, 1516; Artificial limbs, 1517-1521.

phoning, 1204.

ARTICLE LXXV.

ARTICLE LXXVIII.

Subsistence Department: General duties, 1205;

Corps of Engineers, 1522–1539.
Commissaries, 1206–1208; Subsistence supplies
in bulk, 1209-1213; Transfers in bulk, 1214;

ARTICLE LXXIX.
Storehouses, 1215, 1216; Fresh meats, 1217; The "The Ordnance Department: General provisions,
ration, 1218–1228; Liquid coffee, 1229; Issues of 1540; Issues and sales, 1541-1556; Expenditure
rations, 1230-1241; Other issues of subsistence of ammunition, 1557–1560: Surplus and dam-
stores, 1242-1245; Savings, 1246–1248; Commuta- aged stores, 1561-1571; Inspection of ordnance
tion, 1249–1264; Sales, 1265–1278; Blank forms, and ordnance stores, 1572–1574; Packing and
1279.

transportation, 1575–1579; Returns and reports,
ARTICLE LXXVI.

1580–1584; Tests and experimental trials, 1585–

L Pay Department: General provisions, 1280–1282; 1587.

Payments to officers, 1283–1293; Additional pay,

ARTICLE LXXX.

1294–1298; Mounted pay, 1299-1302; Pay during

absence, 1303–1306; Mileage, 1307–1326; Com-

The Signal Corps, 1588–1600.

mutation of quarters, 1327-1335; Stoppages,

ARTICLE LXXXI.

1336-1339; Payment of cadets, 1340-1342; Pay-

ment of enlisted men, 1343–1365; Reenlistment

Uniform, 1601.

and continuous-service pay, 1366–1369; Certifi-

ARTICLE LXXXII.

cate of merit, 1370; Additional pay to enlisted

men, 1371-1373; Allotments, 1374-1387; Deposits,

Manuals of staff departments and blank forms,

1388–1396; Forfeitures and deductions, 1397–

1602-1604.

1399; Pay of deserters, 1400-1402; Payment of Articles of War (Revised Statutes, sections 1202

discharged soldiers, 1403-1411; Miscellaneous, and 1343, and act of March 2, 1901), pp. 229–242.

1412.

Index to A. R., pp. 255–302.

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